My Little Shed, Naked

Stripped bare of its roof, the poor thing. This cockeyed roofline was one of many problems needing correction:

I must admit a certain fascination with the interior during all of this -- one of those beautiful moments never to be seen again:


ArchitectDesign™ said...

like the light through wood slat mini-blinds which I'll always love even though I know a lot of people despise them.

Anonymous said...

My gosh! How are you affording this?

Nick Heywood said...

AD -- Blinds are a tough one -- it all depends on how they are employed. What I do love is a good tromp l'oeil venetian blind print. I'm really torn on blinds.

Anon -- In terms of the expense, it's true, the outbuilding roof is the most costly project we've undertaken so far, the majority of the other fixes in the house being relatively inexpensive, sweat equity jobs. The roof wasn't an option, either, given the degree to which it had degraded and our desire to NOT watch the whole building rot into the ground. And we've been living pretty frugally. Everything paid in cash, no ill-advised loans.

Anonymous said...

I love how your redoing your shed. Keep it up.

-Zane of ontario honey

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